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Quality and Environment Policy

Quality Policy

Airoha Technology has persistently innovated its product design and the quality improvement process, and has devoted itself to raising the overall quality.

Environment Policy

Airoha Technology makes an assertive effort to provide harmless green products with innovative energy saving and carbon reduction designs that minimizing any impact to the environment.

RoHS / Halogen free Comply

Airoha Technology hereby certify that our products fully comply with the RoHS directive as described below Hazardous Substances Both the materials and process used in Airoha's products do not contain substances listed in below, required by the RoHS directive 2011/65/EC and Halogen Free IEC61249-2-21.
  • Lead<1000 ppm
  • Mercury<1000 ppm
  • Cadmium<100 ppm
  • Hexavalent chromium<1000 ppm
  • Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) <1000 ppm
  • Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) <1000 ppm
  • Br<900ppm
  • Cl<900ppm
  • Br+Cl<1500ppm
  • RoHS 2.0 (HBCDD、DEHP、BBP、DBP)<1000ppm

Certification of Non-use of REACH

Airoha Technology (including all subsidiaries and associated companies hereafter) hereby guarantees that we will adhere to the directives of European Union REACH ( Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals System ), and the rate of SVHC no more than the limits and regulations.

Conflict Minerals Policy

Conflict minerals are minerals mined in conditions of armed conflict and human rights abuses, notably in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, such as Tantalum (Ta), Tin (Sn), Gold (Au), Tungsten (W), by armed parties who are often affiliated with various armed rebel groups. The profits from the sale of these minerals finance continued fighting in the Second Congo War, and control of the lucrative mines becomes a focus of the fighting as well. Airoha Technology, as the citizen of the world, supports human rights, and embraces its Corporate Social Responsibility. We will keep paying attention to this issue, and do due diligence to ensure that Airoha and Airoha's suppliers avoid using conflict minerals.